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Dr. Stuart Rennie Presents Paper at 2nd Annual Kenya Bioethics Society conference

December 8, 2017

In a recent trip to Kenya, Professor Stuart Rennie visited the capital city of Nairobi with the purpose of participating in and presenting a paper at the 2nd Annual Kenya Bioethics Society conference. The paper was entitled ‘Perceptions of benefit among research participants in Kenya: ethical implications’, and is based on a qualitative research study led … Read more

Geller CEGR Talk

September 7, 2012

Gail Geller, Sc.D., M.H.S., Professor, Department of Medicine and Berman Institute of Bioethics,Johns Hopkins University opened the 2012-13 Clinical Ethics Grand Round series with her talk, “The Nature, Sources and Consequences of Moral Distress Among Clinicians.”

Health Law Careers Practioner Panel

March 21, 2012

C:B Core Faculty member Arlene Davis, R.N., J.D.,  participated on the Health Law Careers Practitioner Panel as part of the Carolina Health Law Organization’s discussion on the state of health care law and how health reform will affect different areas of practice.

Kodish REGR

March 15, 2012

Eric Kodish, M.D., F. J. O’Neill Professor and Chair of the Department of Ethics, Humanities, and Spiritual Care at the Cleveland Clinic, presented the March Research Ethics Grand Rounds, speaking on “Informed Consent in Experimental Medicine: Phase I Trials in Children with Cancer”.

Lederer REGR talk

February 17, 2012

Susan Lederer, Ph.D., Robert Turell Professor of Medical History and Bioethics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, presented the February Research Ethics Grand Rounds, speaking on “Making Longevity: Technology, Policy and Ethics in U.S. Health Care”.

Kaufman TECS talk

January 25, 2012

Sharon R. Kaufman, Ph.D., Professor of Medical Anthropology, spoke on “Making Longevity: Technology, Policy and Ethics in U.S. Health Care” at the January Transplant Ethics Conference Series (TECS).

Barfield CEGR talk

January 6, 2012

Raymond Barfield, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Christian Philosophy, Duke University, spoke on “Why Ethical Decision Making in Complex Pediatric Illness Requires the Art of Story Telling” at the January Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds.

Roman-Isler REGR talk

December 15, 2011

C:B Faculty Associate, Malika Roman Isler, Ph.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Social Medicine presented Research Ethics Grand Rounds. She spoke on, “Ethical Challenges in Community-based Research”.

Youngner TECs talk

December 14, 2011

Stuart Youngner, M.D., Chair of the Department of Bioethics at Case Western Reserve University, spoke on, “The Moment of Death is a Social Construct: Constructed Now to Maximize Organ Procurement” as part of the Transplantation Education Conference Series (TECS).

Moodley’s Infectious Disease Talk

December 2, 2011

Visiting scholar Keymanthri Moodley, MBChB, MFamMed, DPhil, Associate Professor of Family Medicine at Stellenbosch University, South Africa presented at the Friday Infectious Disease Conference. Dr. Moodley spoke on, “The Ethics of HIV Prevention Research: Experiences in South Africa”.